Luke Perry, Sid Haig, Tim Conway, and Cameron Boyce were not included in Oscar 2020.
The 2020 Oscars’ “In Memoriam” section offered a tribute to a lot of Hollywood legends who died over the past year. But some well-known names did not appear in the section, which hurt the people.
Former Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce, American actor Luke Perry, and comedian Tim Conway were among those not included in the Awards’ “In Memoriam” reel.
Perry appeared in Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood. Perry died on 4 March 2019 and died following a stroke. He died in March last year, just weeks after the previous Oscar ceremony in Los Angeles. His absence in Oscar 2020 award made his fans disappointed.
Cameron Boyce got fame on the Disney Channel. He had appeared on a TV show Jessie and in the film Grown Ups 2. He died on 6 July 2019.
Tim Conway was an American actor, writer, comedian, and director. He had appeared in more than 20 TV shows, films, and TV series and died on 14 May. Sid Haig also an American actor who died in September last year.
A pop star Billie Eilish sang while the “In Memoriam” slideshow scrolled back her. Oscar’s “In Memoriam” reel valued many Hollywood legends that have died over the past year. Including former basketball star Kobe Bryant (Oscar-winning filmmaker), Oscar-nominated director John Singleton. And Oscar-winning actor Kirk Douglas.
When the reel did not include many well-known stars, there was a flood on social media.
Fan’s Reaction on the absence of Luke Perry
@cbleiker He was not in the In Memoriam montage, but let’s remember Perry tonight, too.
@sncrlynotsorry To not feature Perry, given his last role was in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is appalling.
@emacdaddy1234 Oof! Not including Perry and Cameron Boyce was a HUGE mistake academy!